Ultra-Secure IT Asset Disposal Means More Than Just Shredding— It's an End-to-End Process
Let’s pretend that there’s nothing between you and your beach vacation other than one final work project – a mass purge of old electronics equipment.
Securis founder Jeremy Farber and Central Maryland owner Hugh McLaurin were interviewed Sunday morning on live TV. WBAL reporter Jennifer Franciotti had decommissioned her computer and had
-Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
For years, IT asset disposal has been considered a logistical and operational challenge. However, due to the explosion of data breaches associated with lost, stolen or compromised enterprise data storage devices—plus the introduction of Federal IT security, environmental and industry regulations—IT asset disposal is now a full-fledged element of the global cybersecurity and data security challenge.
As such, the expectations and requirements of enterprises and government agencies regarding IT asset disposal must continue to shift.
Securis has always understood the critical role of IT asset disposal in the data security equation—and has consistently led the market with innovations to improve physical and logical security, including on-site shredding, real-time auditing and reporting, video monitoring and recording, access controlled facilities.
Securis has designed its services around a rigorous set of criteria to ensure reputable, secure, dependable and convenient IT asset recycling and data destruction, including: